He stated when we walked in that he had some good news and some bad news. The good news was that I had Hodgkin's Lymphoma and the bad news was that I had Hodgkin's Lymphoma. So this is good, because Lymphoma is very treatable but bad because it's still cancer.
Well I really didn't doubt I had cancer though I know Dan still had a little hope that they had gotten it all wrong. So we were just relieved to know it was definitely Hodgkin's Lymphoma and that I was considered Stage II-A which means I have cancer in multiple lymph nodes, but nothing below the diaphragm or in my organs and no external symptoms like night sweats or weight loss.
So that was all a review from last time. We got to see more PET scan pictures which looked horribly scary at first, and then he explained that the radioactive sugar stuff they injected me with got pumped through my heart as well as in my bladder, so just ignore those big black holes of scariness. The cancer is covering my upper body however. I meant to ask for a picture of the PET scan but I forgot, so here is an (my) artist's rendition: